Margot Robbie beams as she delightedly watches a hunky shirtless stripper at Magic Mike Live

Margot Robbie seemed simply delighted as she excitedly watched a shirtless stripper on stage at the Magic Mike Live show at London’s Hippodrome Casino last week.

The actress, 31, couldn’t keep the smile off her face as she watched the muscular performer dance and strip off his clothes as he entertained the excited crowd.

Clearly, Margot was making the most of her downtime from her busy schedule as she enjoyed a night out on the town with friends that included Barbie director Greta Gerwig and Ncuti Gatwa, the future fourteenth Time Lady after being confirmed as the Jodie Whittaker’s replacement on the BBC’s Doctor Who Program.

Funny moments: Margot Robbie seemed simply delighted as she excitedly watched a shirtless stripper on stage at the Magic Mike Live show at London's Hippodrome Casino last week

Funny moments: Margot Robbie seemed simply delighted as she excitedly watched a shirtless stripper on stage at the Magic Mike Live show at London’s Hippodrome Casino last week

The Australian beauty, who will play Barbie in an upcoming adaptation, was reported to be in high spirits as she sang songs and cheered as hunks strutted across the stage.

Later in the evening, the beauty let her hair down at Soho venue The Box, which opens at 11:00 p.m. the ‘Variety Theatre’.

Rising star Gatwa, 29, who will play her love interest Ken, appeared to be in bad shape as she crossed the road with Gerwig in the early hours of the morning.

What a sight: The actress, 31, couldn't keep the smile off her face as she watched the muscular performer dance and take off his clothes as he entertained the excited crowd

What a sight: The actress, 31, couldn’t keep the smile off her face as she watched the muscular performer dance and take off his clothes as he entertained the excited crowd

Emma Mackey, Scott Evans, Alexandra Shipp and Kingsley Ben Adir were also out for what appeared to be a cast reunion in the English capital.

Despite life returning to normal in London, Margot opted to wear a face mask as a precaution as she walked the narrow streets of Soho with her co-stars.

The actress looked typically elegant for the evening, opting for a black crop top, high-waisted flared jeans and a smart blazer for her appearance at the raucous venue.

Living her best life: The Australian beauty, who will play Barbie in an upcoming adaptation, was reported to be in high spirits as she sang songs and cheered as hunks strutted on stage

Living her best life: The Australian beauty, who will play Barbie in an upcoming adaptation, was reported to be in high spirits as she sang songs and cheered as hunks strutted on stage

The film features an all-star cast including Will Ferrell, Issa Rae, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon, America Ferrera, Michael Cera and Ryan Gosling, who will also play a version of Ken, Barbie’s longtime partner.

An IMDB synopsis for the upcoming film reads: “A doll living in ‘Barbieland’ is kicked out for not being perfect enough and embarks on a real-world adventure.” A live-action feature film based on the popular Barbie toy line.’

Margot has long been slated to play the world’s most iconic fashion doll in a live-action movie, and in December 2020, she promised to give audiences “something totally different.”

Opting for something ‘a little left of center’, when it comes to his portrayal of the Mattel doll, the project will be produced by his LuckyChap Entertainment Company, whose tagline is: ‘If it ain’t shit, yeah, it’s a No. ‘

Like Barbie, let's party: Later in the evening, the beauty let her hair down at Soho venue The Box, with Margot as a precaution by donning a face mask.

Like Barbie, let’s party: Later in the evening, the beauty let her hair down at Soho venue The Box, with Margot as a precaution by donning a face mask.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter about the project, Robbie said: “Kind of like Barbie where the IP, the name itself, people immediately get an idea of, ‘Oh, Margot is playing Barbie, I know what that is.'” .

“But our goal is to say, ‘Whatever you’re thinking, we’re going to give you something totally different, which you didn’t know you wanted.'”

The live-action Barbie will be released on July 21, 2023.

Let's party: Margot was first seen as Mattel's iconic doll back in April in a new teaser image released for the Barbie movie

Let’s party: Margot was first seen as Mattel’s iconic doll back in April in a new teaser image released for the Barbie movie

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